Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby : The Role of Nick Carraway as a Character in the Novel
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In 5 pages, the author discusses F. Scott Fitzgerald's 'The Great Gatsby,' and the role that Nick Carraway played as a character in the novel. When determining the role of Nick Carraway as he was used in this book, one must consider that he is a contrast to Gatsby. One is dark and the other is light. One is rich and materialistic. The other is representative of America's traditional moral codes. Nick Carraway is the novel's main catalyst, for not only telling the story, but also for showing the differences in society. Without Nick Carraway's influence, 'The Great Gatsby' would not have nearly the same effect. No additional sources are cited.
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